Why don't some makeup items come with instruction manuals? They should. Or at least a big huge banner telling me what they are. As when the Freedom Makeup London Pro Correct Palette (£5) landed on my doorstep I didn't actually know what it was. First guess was eyeshadow, then I did see this was a corrector palette. Good job I didn't get as far as the application...
Freedom Makeup are the sister company (I think) of the slightly well know Makeup Revolution, and like I previously said I adore both brands for some budget makeup even if I can't tell the difference between them. The idea with this palette is that the 6 shade are there to conceal and tone your skin, and to illuminate. All the textures of these are surprisingly creamy, even being creams I didn't quite expect from a cheaper brand, serves me right eh.
Luckily my skin tone is fairly even, but the three shades I have been using are the illuminator, concealer and the green one. The first two are pretty good, not quite enough to beat my favourite two concealers and highlighters but for a palette job, I'm impressed. The green? Well, its the best green thing I've put on my face, and my cheek redness has definitely been covered.
My only fault with this, and its not even with the palette itself, is what I previously mentioned (and no I wasn't joking) as a instruction manual of some sort would of been very welcomed. Or am I just showing my age?
Have you tried the Freedom Makeup London Pro Correct Palette?